- Are you passionate about inspiring children to keep fit and active?
- Would you like to become a primary or secondary PE teacher?
- Do you want to educate people about the benefits of lifelong physical activity?
Academic skills and studying with confidence: We'll help you develop core academic skills such as using electronic resources, planning and note-taking, communication skills related to essay and report writing and delivering presentations. You'll learn how to manage your time, how to prioritise and how to manage stress, and you’ll become more confident in engaging with collaborative learning, debates, discussions and critical reflection. Project: You’ll study an area of interest related to your chosen degree. You’ll work individually on your project, whether that's a written report, a presentation and oral examination, a film or a series of blog posts. You’ll undertake problem-solving learning, and formative feedback and support will be provided throughout, helping develop your self-confidence. Being Healthy in a Modern World: You’ll explore the benefits of a healthy population at individual and societal levels as well as key innovations in health and healthcare provision. You’ll focus on modern health issues including sleep, nutrition, alcohol, physical activity and mental health, and consider their cause, effect and impact for diverse populations. You’ll learn fundamental theories and concepts through formal lectures, seminars and group workshops. Introduction to Sport and Exercise: You’ll be introduced to multi-disciplinary perspectives on sport, exercise and physical performance including physiological, psychological, biomechanical and pedagogical concepts. You'll explore performance testing and evaluation methods through interactive lectures, workshops and lab and field-based practical work. For module information on the related three-year honours degree, please visit our website.
How to apply
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250*||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250*||Year 1|
*This is a provisional fee and subject to change.